Crock pot recipes: turkey.
How to make crock pot turkey breast dinner on a budget, using mostly organic ingredients.
Here’s a lovely, healthy & homemade dinner recipe that won’t brake the bank.
All the ingredients are organic except the turkey. Why? Turkeys don’t react good to antibiotics, therefore their meat is antibiotic free and you don’t have to buy it organic. It’s a good alternative to organic chicken.
Obviously, you can buy it organic too if you wish.
Ingredients (serves 4.):
-turkey 500g (diced or steaks)
-organic veggie soup
– indian spices mix
-organic plum tomatoes
I always use crock pot bags (liners), so my slow cooker stay clean for longer.
I put everything into the crockpot: first a crock pot bag, then layer of veggie soup, turkey, spices, another layer of soup, and at the end: veggies and herbs. I set it up for low and cook it for 3 to 4 hours. Once, I’ve changed setting to high in the middle of the cooking for an hour and turkey was equally good, it wasn’t necessary though. You can make it 2,5 hrs on low if you cook 250 grams of turkey.
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Please, check my other healthy recipes in my crock pot recipes series:
There’s lot of ways to make your weekly grocery shopping even cheaper and healthier. Please, check out my Healthy weekly meal plan on a budget.
Slow cooker recipes are one of the few easy ways to save on dinners.